THESE are the last set of pictures in our mini series featuring Bob Webster's rugby league grounds collection.

And some of these could well be the hardest for you to name.

The late Bob Webster, a Saints fan who hailed from Maghull, loved his rugby league and ground-hopping.

Wherever his adventures took him, he would take pictures of the stadia he visited.

VIEW: Week 3 set of Bob Webster ground pictures and answers

And now, his collection provides a fascinating insight into where rugby league fans used to watch professional sport - or still do, in some cases during this series.

Have a look at these five pictures, it's likely you visited these places yourself, but see how many grounds you still recognise.

Week 4

Picture 1: Clue: one of the highest grounds in the rugby league!

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Picture 2: Clue: a ground for their [old] faithful fans!

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Picture 3: Clue: Greater Manchester rivals, now in a new home

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Picture 4: Clue: In our own backyard!

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Picture 5: Clue: Minnie Cotton ran on here in 1966!

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With thanks to Alex Service


Here's the answers:

Image1: Thrum Hall (Halifax) 1988

Image2: Boulevard (Hull FC) 1989

Image3: Hilton Park (Leigh) 1985

Image4: Houghton Road (Highfield) 1993

Image5: Station Road (Swinton) 1988